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  • K-State awards honors for spring semester

    More than 3,500 Kansas State University students earned semester honors for their academic performance during the spring 2015 semester. Students with at least 12 graded hours and whose grade point average for the semester is 3.75 or above receive semester honors and commendations from .

  • Galls form on many plants Greggeyestone1

    It has been a very good year for some pests. Gall inducing ones in particular. You can identify these by the plant tissue that forms when the female has laid an egg in the leaf, stem or other plant site. .

  • Problem of Greece’s debt won’t go away soon

    Greece is a marvelous country of ancient ruins, good food and friendly people. To the politicians who run Europe, Greece is much more: It is an acute, chronic pain that seems beyond relief. Matters seem to be coming to a .

  • Thanks for a year filled with memorable experiences

    To the Editor: An indescribable chapter of my life is coming to an end. As an AFS exchange student, I’ve had the unique opportunity to see the inside of the American way of life and the chance to see .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, June 22, 2015 9:00 - BCF 9:00 Baker, Dominick Status (15 CR 100 Poss MJ & DP) BCF III 9:00 Branam, Demarco Arraignment (15 CR 176 Veh Burglary, etc) KSL III 9:00 Cooper, Frank SENTENCING (15 CR 186 Att Violation of PO) JJC III 9:00 Fabre, Laura Arraignment (15 CR 13 Felony Theft) JJC .

  • Local church honors 9 killed in South Carolina Memorial3.mercury

    Residents walked about half a mile Thursday afternoon to Bethel AME Church to support another church experiencing tragedy more than a thousand miles away. The event, which started at First Congregational United Church of Christ, was in honor of Emanuel .

  • Moran’s Regents term ending

    Kansas Regent Robba Moran said she’s proud of the progress made in higher education during her four-year term on the board. Moran’s last Kansas Board of Regents meeting was this week. The board governs the state’s public .

  • Officials to consider other sites for range

    During heated discussion at a meeting Thursday evening, residents raised numerous questions regarding a proposed shooting range south of Manhattan. Riley County Police Department officials and Riley County commissioners addressed residents’ concerns about moving the range from its current location. .

  • Why did officials send 1,000 sandbags to Manhattan?

    Q: Why did Manhattan officials request 1,000 sandbags from the Army Corps of Engineers earlier this week? Compared to the 43,000 sent to the Blue River Basin, it doesn’t seem like the 1,000 will help us out all that much if flooding .

  • KSU president donating raise to support staff

    Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz will give his $9,300 pay raise approved by the Kansas Board of Regents on Thursday back to the school. Schulz wrote a message published in K-State Today Friday that the raise is appreciated, but “since .

  • Dillon takes 2nd at Junior Amateur

    Despite shooting another 1-under par 69 in the final round of the 56th annual Boys Junior Amateur Championship, Manhattan High recent graduate Cole Dillon settled for second place Thursday at the Wellington Golf Club. Dillon finished with a three-round score of 210 — .

  • MHS’ Martinie, Perkins named all-state

    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team put two players on the Class 6A all-state second team, which was released this week. Sophomore Karmen Martinie and freshman Cailey Perkins were each named to the all-state second team after a solid season .


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